Introducing
erwin DM NoSQL

This release of our market-leading Data Modeler provides native, relational support for MongoDB, the world’s fastest-growing NoSQL database platform.

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New White Paper!

Leading companies have realized the value of data, harnessing it to create new business models, disrupt markets, and change the way customers think and behave.

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Our Capabilities

Data Modeling

Create a unified view of any data from anywhere to increase its use, understanding and trust across the organization.

Enterprise
Architecture

Visualize complex architecture assets through contextual models to plan, manage and govern change with greater ability and cost-effectiveness.

Business Process Modeling

Tame the complexity of your organization, create alignment and achieve objectives by documenting, improving, harmonizing and/or eliminating business processes.

Data Governance

Implement and manage business rules and controls across a broad array of architectures through model-driven, active data governance.

Collaboration

Share high-quality models and metadata with technical and business stakeholders, plus integrate other data management products.

Latest News

erwin Wins 2017 DBTA Readers’ Choice Award for Data Modeling

August 2, 2017

erwin has won the 2017 Readers’ Choice Award for best data modeling solution from Database Trends and Applications (DBTA), the premier resource for breaking news and trends in the field of data management and analysis, for the fourth consecutive year.

Upcoming Events

GDPR Enterprise Architecture Impact Webinar- Part 3

September 26, 2017 - Global at 2:00 PM EST

In the final part 3 of this 3-part webinar series, we will outline the linkage from the Systems Architecture (Data + Process) to the Technology Architecture (Network + Security) that are the framework for Enterprise Governance of Personally Identifiable and Sensitive information.

Expert Blog

Why Enterprise Architecture Deserves a Seat at the Security Table

September 21, 2017

The personal data of more than 143 million people – half the United States’ entire population – may have been compromised in the recent Equifax data breach. With every major data breach comes post-mortems and lessons learned, but one area we haven’t seen discussed is how enterprise architecture might aid in the prevention of data...